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Acer Releases Iconia Tab A700 – 10” Tablet with 1920x1200 Resolution

Acer has released a new Android tablet boasting a screen with far more pixels than the average laptop, with decent internal specs to match.

Advantages of Having a Fully-Automated Home: Remote Security, Energy, and Home Management

How many times have you left your home, only to come running through the front door to check if the alarm has been set or if all of your appliances have been unplugged? Unfortunately, it's part of being human to be forgetful. One solution? Fully automating your home.

Siri Takes Lead From SNL's Self-Deprecating Humor Making Apple Butt Of Joke

Does anyone remember when iPhone prototypes were left behind in Silicon Valley bars only to be found by those looking to make a quick buck while providing the techie world with an advance sneak peak at Apple's latest iteration? In both cases, Apple execs were none too pleased and subsequent police investigations and threats of litigation were filed against Gizmodo and ex-Apple employees responsible.

Turn Your iPhone Into A REAL Camera With The iPhone Shutter Grip

It's summer time. Vacation's coming up. Of course, you're taking your iPhone with you; how could you exist without it, now that you have one?  But won't you have to take your camera as well?  Admit it; it's not that easy to manipulate the iPhone to take photos or videos.  Unless... you have an iPhone Shutter Grip.

Tornado Beer Dispenser Puts a New Twist on Draft Beer

The Tornado Beer Dispenser from Japan's Asahi Beer invites toasting tipplers to go “Bottom's Up!”... literally. The dispenser injects draft beer into the base of a specially designed plastic mug, in the process creating a short-lived alcoholic vortex of epic proportions.

British Inventor's New 'Parking Patch' Finds You A Parking Space And Calculates Your Parking Fines!

Ever drive into New York City?  Most people don't, unless they have a garage space for $750 a month.  The odds of finding an available parking space in NYC are about as high as winning the Mega Millions.  But Adrian Bone of Lewes, England, has invented a 'Parking Patch' he hopes will solve two parking issues in Brighton, a city south of London on the English Channel, a city far smaller than NYC or London. But first Brighton, then the world!

FCC Takes Transformer Pad Infinity For A Spin

Those waiting for the upcoming high-DPI Asus tablet computer should not have to wait much longer.

Calling All Inventors! FridaBaby Wants Your Baby Product Ideas

I'm going to try to write this with a straight face.... The FridaBaby company, which I have just learned of, markets some very inventive and 'curious' products for babies so far. One is called the Snotsucker, which employs a mom (or dad)  to suck the snot out of their baby's nose.... 


Peak Download: Internet Access Arrives at Remote Tibetan Village

A pilot project to provide network services for a tiny Tibetan village has allowed residents to connect to a wider world many did not know even existed. The project, sponsored and funded by China Telecom, also provides villagers with internet-ready computers, Tibetan-language web development and skills training.

Apple To Replace Google Maps With C3 Tech In iOS 6

Though the default Google Maps software that comes loaded on Apple's iDevices is enough for most people, the company is still looking to replace it with advanced, 3D-accelerated goodness from C3 Technologies.